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Diagnosing Gentrification

When neighborhoods change, it doesn’t just affect long-term residents’ housing options. It might be making them sick.
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Gentrification is awkward, painful and funny in this new web series on North Oakland

Arts : Art Beat

In “The North Pole,” residents of North Oakland live through changes in their neighborhood wrought by gentrification. Photo by Danny Telles In the opening scene of the new web series comedy “The North Pole,” three best friends, Nina...

As the Block Turns: Three Highland Park Residents on Their Neighborhood's Inescapable Gentrification

Business & Finance / Real Estate : Curbed LA

In As the Block Turns, Curbed talks to folks in changing neighborhoods to see how they feel about what's happening around them. Today Megan Koester talks to residents about the twin stretches of York Boulevard and Figueroa Street in...

Longtime Chinatown residents accuse landlord of trying to displace them

Business & Finance / Real Estate : Curbed SF

As changes come to the historic neighborhood, so do fears of gentrification and displacement The move to displace Chinese immigrants from Chinatown to make way for affluent residents has begun. J.K. Dineen’s piece for the San Franci...

Artists Must Realize They Have A Role In Gentrification (And What To Do About It)

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"We recognize that art is an industry with a structural reality that must be acknowledged in order for artists to challenge their complicity in the displacement of long term residents in low-income and working class neighborhoods an...

In praise of gentrification

News / International Affairs : The Adam Smith Institute Blog

In a column for Inside Housing I’ve looked at some of the data around how gentrification affects existing residents to see if there’s any reason to worry about it. Surprisingly, it doesn’t look as if gentrification really does push ...


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